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June 12th, 2006

Security, Tech Emergence & Nanotechnology Event

Abstract:
Since 9/11 there has been a surge in new video surveillance technologies coming to market. These advances, especially in video analytics, will change forever the way governments and businesses use video as a security tool for live and forensic purposes. Currently, security video has been mostly used after an event occurred. Today, that has changed. Through the use of modern Intelligent Video Surveillance and Analysis, digital video data is transformed into actionable information that can be acted upon immediately and automatically via wired or wireless transmissions and the World Wide Web. The NVTC Security, IT&Telecommunications and Nanotechnology committees are jointly hosting a panel of these 'new breed’ video surveillance experts to report on and discuss the merits, value and impact of this rapid technological transformation.

Date: June 14, 2006

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Northern Virginia Technology Council

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